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FOX News
Jan 31, 2013 12:00pm PST
information on israel and syria, and the escalating tensions there. and breaking news from yesterday on "studio b." a lineman -- rare winter tornadoes. they're saying just how much damage the storms left behind. we'll have the weather and the rest of the news after this. >>> the deadly storm system that killed at least three people in the south and knocked out power to thousands and destroyed dozens of homes. the scene now in calhoun, georgia, where a tornado tore through the area and destroyed much of this area. the tornado cut a 16-mile path, a half mile wide. angelique from our station in the atlanta year is with us from adairsville, georgia. how much damage there is? >> it's been incredible damage here. the police chief just did a briefing and told us the number now is at $75 million. he says it's about 95 structures. when you look at the houses and businesses that have been affected. 31 of those just totally destroyed. >> shepard: yesterday we heard reports of people trapped in damaged homes. everybody accounted for now? >> i've heard a lot of stories today of survival, and the
FOX News
Jan 22, 2013 12:00pm PST
netanyahu has been elected, his party in israel. the thinking was that it wouldn't be that close. well, it was. in fact, it was extremely close. and benjamin netanyahu has thanked the people of israel for voting for him. but there is much more ahead. in fact, the quote is, i thank the people of israel for re-electing me, forming a coalition government, though, in israel may be a difficult task, as the margin of victory was not what many thought. live pictures coming in now. let's listen to kriv in houston. >> reporter: let's listen to that. >> i was walking to my next class and... and then i saw... about three guys, just arguing. but i thought that you were just being loud and playing. after i passed by them, i just heard 5 to 10 shots, pop, pop, pop... and that's all. i thought somebody was knocking at the door with a hammer or something. but then i looked behind me, i saw about 50 people just running, crying and you know-- >>> we are going to leave that. you may have noticed, this is a live shot of a person in custody wearing what appears to be a blue sweater, in handcuffs. we saw th
FOX News
Jan 30, 2013 12:00pm PST
antiaircraft and weapons. and he said this is israel's warning to the president and his regime that they will not tolerate any weapons for israel's destruction. if this happened, it's certainly an escalation. and there's some degree of confusion around this. >> it is, and before we talk about this at all, we have to remember, we're dealing with one government, the israelis, that never admit some of this action that they carry out and we're dealing with another government, the syrians, who habitually lie. we have to look at all of this. two reports, the first that this convoy, carrying amount i aircraft weapons, was struck near damascus to beirut highway, near the border, and that seems to be the most reliable sources talking about that particular attack. and then the syrian state tv has announced that no, this was in fact an attack on a military research center in the suburb of damascus. that's what they're saying has happened. and the israelis as i said, not of confirming or denying any of this. but any expert you talk to, shep, will tell you this is about hezbollah in lebanon
FOX News
Jan 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
brennan. senator lindsey graham accused hagel of weak support for israel and not being naive in calls for negotiation with iran and hezbollah and some liberals criticized hagels' comment 14 years ago about a u.s. di diplt be openly gay. he has since apologized for that comment. president obama says he would be a perfect fit at the pentagon. >> he understands that america stands strongest when we stand as allies and as friends. as a successful businessman he know os even as we make tough fiscal choices we have to do so wisely. >> hagel would be the first enlisted soldier from the vietnam war to serve as secretary of defense. he earned two purple hearts and saved his wounded brother. some republicans are concerned hagel won't be enough of a defender of pentagon spending. >> the fact of the matter is i fear he is going to try to use senator hagel as a foil to pursue this hollowing out of the military that secretary panetta has raised concerns about by the draconian cuts and the is a questions teresa payton. >> hagel would be -- and the sequester. >> not as difficult ahead for jo
FOX News
Jan 3, 2013 12:00pm PST
of army bases are getting more and more sophisticated weapons. from the quiet israel-syrian borders officers war the civil war rage. the area near the border is a no man's land explained an army lt. colonel. all kinds of militants can enter. this is the old syrian border fence and they are working to try to reinforce this area at break net speed. the ground is still muddy and this is the tank trap they put in, a concrete wall underground steel reinforced to prevent vehicles from crashing through and they are very worried about people. that is where this comes in, a lot bigger than the old fence at 25' tall and reinforced with lattice. the border is 40 miles long. the crews work day and night hoping to complete the fence before the rebels can take over syria. of serious concern to the israelis is inside syria is like a militants' treasure chest. they take over one of the military bases the groups get rocket propelled grenade, and anti-aircraft missiles and the concern of what will happen to the chemical weapons stockpile if and when the rebels reach that region. >>gregg: breaking new
FOX News
Jan 29, 2013 12:00pm PST
between palestinian leaders and the israel government. the united states gives egypt's military more than $1 billion every year. our -- what do we make of the marshal law? has that been imposed? >> reporter: gretchen, that warning from the defense minister, raising a lot of eyebrows and echoing a lot of concerns about egypt right now. there have been several days of ongoing protests and violent riots. muhammad morsi instituted marshal law on sunday night, defending the law. he has gone into three city, including suez, a major hub. morsi defended it, saying it was necessary, but it is similar to what was imposed imposed on es in three decades of the mubarak era. many egyptioians defied the order and they complain that morsi is a new islamic mubarak, comparing to the former president and strong man. he has reached out to opposition groups to form a dialogue, but the opposition group, so far, have refused to meet with him. >> if they don't talk to him, what's the next step? >> reporter: well, there are parliamentary elections in the spring, gretchen. and that is where the opposition is go
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